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University of Liverpool International Postgraduate Legal Conference

The Organising Committee invites doctoral researchers and early career academics to submit abstracts to present at the conference. The theme of the conference – Emerging Issues in Law – provides a rare opportunity for promising postgraduate students to showcase their research into pressing legal issues. 

26th August 2015

Silence in the Archives: Censorship and Suppression in Women's Life Writing in the Long Nineteenth Century

This is an interdisciplinary conference which brings together scholars from across the humanities to explore the extent and the significance of omissions in women’s life writing and question what silences in the archives can tell us about what it meant to be a woman in the nineteenth century.

26th August 2015

Postgraduate and Academic Researchers in Linguistics at York Conference

PARLAY will be held on 11th September 2015 at the Berrick Saul Building, University of York, UK.

14th August 2015

Lecturer in Social Anthropology - Sussex

Applications are invited for a 3 years fixed term Lectureship (full time) in Social Anthropology within the School of Global Studies.

14th August 2015

Modulations

Modulations offers academic researchers the opportunity to communicate their research in a creative format to new and engaged audiences, through working with a dedicated expert team of expert communicators and producers.

14th August 2015

Public & Cultural Diplomacy in Times of Crisis

We are pleased to inform you about our forthcoming 2nd International Cultural Academy on the topic “Public & Cultural Diplomacy in Times of Crisis” in Rhodes, Greece (22 – 26 October 2015). The Academy aims at bringing students, researchers and practitioners from interdisciplinary fields and settings together to discuss and share theory, research and best practices and foster a dialogue on issues related to Public and Cultural Diplomacy. 

6th August 2015

Researcher in ICTs, Geography and Development

New job working with us at the Oxford Internet Institute: ‘Researcher in ICTs, Geography and Development’

3rd August 2015

Radical Histories/Histories of Radicalism

Call for Contributions to:

Radical Histories/Histories Of Radicalism

A Major Conference and Public History Festival

1-3 July 2016
Queen Mary University of London

31st July 2015

Pacific Waves: Reverberations from Oceania  

Pacific Waves: Reverberations from Oceania   
Literature, Art and Thought  
School of English, University of Sussex 6-7 November 2015

30th July 2015

Academic Session 13: Having Words: Artist–writer relationships

AAH2016 Annual Conference and Bookfair
University of Edinburgh
7 - 9 April 2016

Academic Session 13: Having Words: Artist–writer relationships

24th July 2015

The Dorothy Dunnett History Prize 2015

The Dorothy Dunnett Society, in association with the Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Edinburgh, is pleased to announce that The Dorothy Dunnett History Prize 2015, worth £1000, is now open.

25th June 2015

The UCL Journal of Law and Jurisprudence

Call for Submissions
Volume 5, Issue 1 (March 2016)

24th June 2015

SOAS secures 3 years more funding for student scholarships, travel grants and enterprise activities

Funding for scholarships, travel grants for students and researchers, as well as a range of student enterprise activities and internships has been secured for at least another three years as SOAS, University of London formally renewed its partnership agreement with Santander.

19th June 2015

MUSA's Second Graduate Conference

Abstracts are invited for MUSA's Second Graduate Conference to be held in central London on 9-10 October 2015, organised in collaboration with the Royal Asiatic Society.

10th June 2015

The Way We Live Now – The AHRC Anniversary Essay Competition

The AHRC have just opened an exciting opportunity for doctoral students studying within the arts and humanities: an essay competition linked to our nationwide debates series.

3rd June 2015

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